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Lake Woodruff NWR is located in north central Florida, twenty-five miles west of Daytona Beach, off U.S. Highway 17 in DeLeon Springs. The refuge was opened in 1964 in order for both migrating and wintering birds to have habitats. The refuge contains myriad habitats: among them are marshes, swamps, creeks, hammocks and uplands. Approximately 215 species of birds, including species that are threatened or endangered, can be found in the refuge
March & April -Nesting wading birds and migrating shorebirds can be seen taking advantage of the lower water levels to eat the concentrated fish and invertebrates.
Location: 2045 Mud Lake Rd, De Leon Springs, FL 32130. No fee.
Directions:Take I-95 S, exit 298 and take right onto US-1 (toward Bunnell). Turn right onto FL-11 S/W Moody Blvd. Turn right onto Arredondo Grant Rd. Slight right onto Spring Garden Ranch Rd. Turn left onto US-17 S. Turn right onto W Retta St. Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto Grand Ave. Turn right onto Mud Lake Rd. NWR will be on the right